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III Ml (..III III I I,
From San Francisco;
As'.a Augiut 2
For San Francisco:
Korea .August fi
Mal.ura August 19
Seilandln . . August 1C
Bulletin adverting it ihef
throttle that controls Honolulu store
business. The speed of that business
depends on- how far a merchant pnlli
that throttle open.
3:30 EDITION Is a builder-up of confidence between the public and merchant
' fey '
ESTABLISHED 1S82. JIO. 4080.
Ml AND WISElET LOOS
On Hilo Wharf
Corporations Declared That The
Principle Is Wrong Shipper
. Tho full text of the formal pro-
test ngnli.st some of thu principle
lnolcd In the granting nf the Itllo
wharf license, In published lu full
"Honolulu, T H., Auk. 1, 1910.
""To tliH Huuornlilo V. V Knur, Gov
ernor of Hawaii, nnd to llouor
u I) lu Marston Campbell, Hupeilii.
tf iijetit of Public Works uf the
Territory U Hawaii, Honolulu.
"Gentlemen: The undersigned do.
elio to protest iigulu certuln uf tho
tenim of the license, hlth they un
derstand It In proposed tu grant for
tho coiietru-tloi: of u wharf In the
port ot IIMo, Ilawull, .i copy uf which
la uunexed, wishing It to be dis
tinctly undet stood, however, that
they do not objest to tho construe,
lion of such a whnrf nor to the
Kraut of a license to to do to the
llllo Hallrond Company or to any
other lespunslble poison, believing u
they do that such a project Is en
tirely dcslrablo. The particular
point!) of objection to tho term of tho
prupnsed license nro;
"1. Since the wharf is to bo lo
cated on public propertj nnd the
oul) public advantage to bo deitved
from ItH (instruct Ion Is tho In
creased facility itinl lonvenlonco In
thu shipping and receiving of freight,
It 1b urged that provision should be
made, cither In tiny stub license
granted or Independently but na a
condition precedent to nil) such
giunt, for the construction of an
adequate public approach to such
"The annexed license requires of
tho licensee the construction merel)
uf a railroad npproash. Tho loca
tion suggested Is approximately 1200
ftet from the mainland nnd the nv
erago depth of water between Is
iilout fifteen feet. Thoreforo from a
pincU:nl standpoint t'10 only r.'ny
theie wlil be of placing freight on
tho wharf or removing freight there -
fioni is over the tracks ard by means
of the lolling stock ot tho licensee
n situation which gives to the 11
renseo nhpoliite and exclusive con
trol of tho handling and cnrrjlng of
nil freight, even that which Is con
signed to llllo shippers ni.d does not
need to he carrlod any distance. It
would seem reasonable that shippers
should hnve tho privilege of remov
ing freight from the wharf In any
manner they may desire, and thai
they Bhould not be obliged to make
use of tho carrying facilities provid
ed by tho licensee Tho same objec
tion exists with rospo-t to passen
gers, and the samo privileges. It Is
urged, should extend tu them, Since
n whurf on public property, even
SCHEME OF ADVERTISER
EDITOR TO FRAME SLATE
IS EXPOSED BY W. C. ACHI
l'nrlflc Commercial Advertiser:
. Itoderlck 0 Mnthcsoji, iMltor.
Hunululii, Ilawull, July 7, 1910
Hon. Charles Achl,
My Dear Achl ;-!f you aro In town1,.
this, evening, could you mako It con-
venlent to drop In at Tho Advertiser
omcoT I want to see you on a matter
of considerable Importance
l'loaso let tho bearer know it i
KING'S OATH PASSED
. . Y
( though luillt by private, capital,
should lie considered im n public ill II
'' " '" l lhat llle l,ullllc "
fheieof should not he restricted, it
In the proposed license, to the prl
Mi In flppiouchcs uf thu llccnsco,
"2 The proposed llceuso provides
that the llicisoe may chnrgii In ad
dition tu wharfage clinrgeti based on
the registered tonungo of vesaels n
feu of not to exceed Be. per ton on
general freight passing over the
wharf in either direction, with the
jpioviro that special rates may he
charged on 'single plo ej of machin
ery or other articles of great weight
or built, and on livestock.'
"We believe it to be a wrong prin.
cinle to grant to licensees the privi
lege ot traking special charges of this
nature, when like charges are not
made on government wharves, nor on
private wnarves, in the port of Ho
nolulu. "3. In addition lo the charges nl
rend mentioned, the llccnsco will
hnvo under (ho pruposod llcenso tin
right to jnuko 'reasonable storage
charge on any nnd nil merchandlsi
which tuny remain on the wharf more
than fortj -eight houis after delivery
fioni vcsmil, piovldcd such fullure to
leniovo Is not occasioned by the fault
of the company, or more than forty
eight hours before delivery to tea
se).' "While the principle of permitting
storage chniges after a reasonable
time has olnpsod may not In Itself
be objectionable, jet under the pro
posed license, with but one way of
carrying freight to nnd from the
wharf. It would seem that the grant
of this privilege should either not
be inado or at least bo so modified as
to more fully protect tho shipper. A
cargo of freight discharged, from n
large vessel can hardly bo handled In
the short period of time provided by
1 tho license. Tho shipper, therefore.
' In the position of being required
to piy to thu llconsee u wharfage
chargo on freight, In nil probability
also a storage chargo, and further n
churgo for hauling tho freight from
the wharf to the mainland. The
converse would seem to be equally
true, far It Is not practicable to send
a large shipment of frolght, such nB
sugar, for Instance, to the whnrf for
shipment Bolely within forty-eight
hours of the calling time ot a ves
sel. "1. Another objection to bo inado
Is the provision that even after the
taking over of tho whnrf and rail
road approaches bj tho government,
and paymont for their cost, ON I A
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may expect ou.. I will bo luck from
dlnnor by fight o'clock '
Your very truly,
It O MATIIHSON
'" T..8"T to. ' i8""' ??
Z'"' ' w'ur Matnoson 0r 1U
fh f ' , . ovll,onllp "cognized
i'l ,KI",t "' ,:fl,'ence of w ' Achl
?? h'a'lr ", ,h nrtli, Achl called
'nt H'O Advertiser ofilca nt 8 o'clock
(Continued on Page 0)
10 SAOES. HONOLULU, TERIUTOHY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY AUOUST
Wise Opens On Andrews
And Andrews Denies All
Wise Says Manager Wanted Him-Then Cohen
Stepped In And AchiJ Figures-Andrews
Alleged Proposition With Liquor
John Wise who Is represented by the morning paper as having neither
Influence nor Integrity made the statement this mcrnlng In the Bulle
tin office that the "manager" of the Republican party had tried to get
him to work for him, and he also mak:s the extraordinary assertion that
this manager for the Republican par. asked If the liquor interests ol
the city would "stand by him" to eiibla politics to bo done to prevent
anything adverse to the liquor Intermits go ng Into the Republican party
John WUe declares that Uirr'n An dalts. and In return promUluR -sup-
drows, the "manager of th Itupuhlb port for most anything Achl wanted
can parly" has w unto J him so badl) 'lsc say several th'iigs In statt-
that he orrerml one huadicd dollars mint made hls morning that go to
for Wlso to go In with him and help confirm the feMlns that the Itcpubllcin
to organize tho JH-piibllcan party to puny, under. tWiciir'if organization
Wise nlso states lint Andrews nnd
Cohen, hi been cooperating to as-
sure Cohen thu uomlnitloii to tho
Wise nlso tM'.s of tho conff-renco
hotweon tho clllor of tho Advertiser,
lo which Andrew k Is said tu hnvu
rufcrred lis "my pupor." with Charlie
Achl to get hlM support for 11 i-audl-
BEVERLY, Mass., Aug. 2. An
unconfirmed rumor is being circulat
ed here today to the effect that, after
a conference with President Taft,
Senator Murray Crane visited Secre
tary of the Interior Richard Ballin
ccr and asked him to resign in the
interest of party harmony.
BALLINGER DENIES IT.
CHICAGO, Aug. 2. Secretary Bal
linger was seen here today regardintr
the report from Beverly that he will
be asked to resign. Ballinger denies
that there is any truth in the rumor.
ie declares that the interview of
Senator Crane with the President
was insignificant, and he has no in
tention of resigning as Secretary of
SCRANTON, Pa., Aug. 2. Ex.
President Roosevelt is here investi
gating the industrial conditions.
SAN FRANCISCO. Rug. 2. Beets:
88 analyds, 14s. 101-2d,; parity,
5.17c. Previous quotation, 14s.
CORBETT'S UNKNOWN WONDER.
ALBANY, Mo Aug. 2. At last
the fight fans have been enlightened
as to the identity of Jim Corbett's
unknown who is to be matched with
Johnson after being trained by Cor-
ucii. ii is iuiici nic.L,eou, a tocaiam-i
lete who has made a good record but
has never broken into the national
Tlio supreme court has ovei ruled
the objections In the ejectment caso
of Hainan l Mukokati against 3.1
Kane mid others, which came from
the Circuit Court of tho lYmrth Clr
for which noma weallh, people are
putting up n goodly sum. Is hclni?
shnix-d tutu the moat! complete b isa
ruled political machine that has over
graced tho emintrj. and Andrew fig-
urt'i to hjnillii III it muChlnu whll-
Cohtn and the Advertiser hope to
reap a'l tin benefits the) can scoop
"I nm not In the employ of tho
LONDON, Aug. 2. The bill elini
inatimr the anti-Catholic phrases
i torn the oath taken by the Killer of
Great Britain on his accession to the
throne was passed by the House of
DAILY SCORES OF
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 2. The
scores in the big leagues' play today
American Chicago 2, Philadel
phia 3; Detroit 3, Boston 4: Cleve
land 2, New York 5; St. Louis 5.
National Brooklyn 3. St. Louis
1; Brooklyn 5, St. Louis 4; Boston
1. Cincinnati 0; New York 4, Chi
eago 5; Philadelphia 6, Pittsburg 1.
Standing of National Leaguo, Aug. 1,
Chicago ,. .
Now York .
St, l.ouls ..
IlOHlon . , , .
Standing of American League, Aug. 1,
Club - V I.. I'ct,
I'hUadclphl i GR 3
New York 53 30
In Toklo thero Ih a ''Ilogues' flat
- lory" where tho complete records of
150,000 crlmlnula ore kept.
2, 1910 10 PAOES.
a mi in: it it iikmi:s.
I.orrln Aii.lrens donlcd ubvolulrl)
huh nun mug mat llierc wnt miy
truth In (lip report lh.it lie had sug
grsteil Hint he noiild be nhlr tu keep
ii ii iiiill-IIiiiiir plank out of (lie pint.
form of the Itcpiilillcnii parly for u
"TIiIh kiciun lu be another, of Hie
man) rumors that nre In lug clreiilnt
ed," xiild Audi cum, "mid there U na
trulli to It."
k :::::: a :: u :: u a ::::;: n
liquor Interests" said Wise Hi res
ponso to tho Advertiser attack. "And
as for toy value In the Itepubllcnn
party, Lorrln Andrews wanted mo so
badly Hint ho offered mo one hun
dred dollars to go In with him nnd
help organize tho Republican party to
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NOME, Aug. 2. The revenue cut
ter Perry has gone ashore on Saint
Paul Island, off the coast of Alaska,
and is a total wreck. The vessel has
been engaged in locking after unlaw
ful sealing and poaching in northern
waters. The officers and members of
the crew succeeded in gaining the
shore without loss of life.
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 2. No opposi.
Hon developed to Champ
primaries today. He is
for reelection to the House ot Repp
PARIS. Aug. 2 King Alfonso of
Spain, who is now on the way to
England, lunched todav with Presi-
COLUMBUS. 0.. Autr. 2 Thirtv.
two hundred m'HHa ore nnui ,,;,'
arms in connection with preserving'
order in the strike, and are roiHno
the State $12.00(1 n dv
l'lnnl nc counts lu the case of
Hoi.ry A, I Carter, a minor, have
been riled by tho Hawaiian Trust.
470i Company, as Carter came of age re-f
418 Icently. Ileal and personal property
amount to 198,232,50, according to
tho schedule filed.
Princess I'Vodorn nf Hrlileaulir.llnl
gU.U Ulu )0ungest Bister of KmiiroBB1
Augusta Victoria, Is dead.
Declares Property Given To
Macomber Is Hers Because
Interest amounting to $34,210 nnd
n principal of 132,000 is ncked by
Kmllle U IVHorblny of New York
from the estate of Samuel Korrh nnd
the plaintiff asks that the deed where
by NorrU transferred his property to
Charles O. Macomber bo let nslde and
The papers In the case were llledj
this morning by Magoon & Weaver,
attorncjH for the plnlntlff in the cime
It Is an Interesting document, that
complaint. It alleges that on Sep
tember 23, 1892, Colunel NorrU gave
two notes to tho plaintiff, each for
sixteen thousund dollars, which w -ru
10 uo puia uuer Ills ileum.
The notes', copies of which are at
tached to tho complaint, are both dat
ed In Now York on the same day and
each calls for the Bum of sixteen thou
sand dollars to be paid nflcr Hie deutli
of the ono making them out
No Interest Is named on tho fuco!
of tho notes Lut the plaintiff aBk In-J
PAVING OF FORT
Tli. ..-a..... - .. i i.-
I lie iiiuiwiu in iur H Iimeillflll UH
liig Inld on the business section of
...ii n.uri iwwrw uio counung oi
votes nt the November election np-
pear nt the present time rather dls-
TIlA Sllll I. IvItlM lll..1lnnnin nn....
...v uiu iiiiiiK I'luiJiJiim nivalin-
fl.l l.afnvii llin l....b.l .S -Ii.. ... I ....
... u,c i uunru oi ciiy aim ruun- iiouru or supervisors has been cstab
ty supervisors by Chairman (Juliin of llshed.
the road committee, and passed over To bring about this dollghtful slnto
tho veto of Major Pern, Is n tie ul of nffelrs, affecting tho vvelfuro"n
Issue und n thing of the past. the present membership of tho board.1
The (illman ofdlnnnin calling for
the Worreii Ilrothera process of bltu.
nunc payment was furever laid
mm MAN USES
GUN ON SELF
W. Kuhlmann Found Dead
With Revolver By
This morning tho dead bod) of W.
Kulilinant. was found in his bouse
ut Kiillhl Valley, where he ran u
chicken ranch. A 32 AmiiH-Arm ro.
yolver was round at his side, and a
wound lu the top of tho head told
UlB "? r ful'Jue. Tho dead man
wns over sevonty )enrs of age. and of
ln,e lmi1 ,,een ro"'ilnlnli'g of pains
'" lllB otnach lie was n well
I kimwn haructer nbout town, and had
'n lot of people to whom he sold eggs
U wob tlio old 'man's habit to
closo his chicken iooiis overv nlirht.
nud yosterday It was noticed that
this was not dune. This mornlinr a
man named IMdlo Cremmor went to
the old man's house nnd, seeing the
coops open, wont In, and saw tile
body of Kuhlmnnn blng on tho
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PEICE 5 CENTS.
terost.nt the rntc of six per cent per J
annum and this Interest nmounU to,
two thousand dolluri inure than tho
face of tho notes themselves.
'tucie is strange phraseology in
both notes. They read "I promised
to pay," which may bo morel an er
lor or tho deliberate Intention of lh fl
writer to put the word In tho past J,
Complainant says that nt tho time
of Norris' death Im had nothing to
pay Ills Indebtedness to her a be had
given eer thing nWHy to Macomber
uud so she usks thul the latter bnre- J
stlu ned from soiling or WHgtlfjc Im)
lu c'i property nnd nuully that tho
J of gift may be set nliln-,.MI.r
she can recover the amount shei al
leges Is duo her. fa
She wanU the whole I81.29S ncren
of ranch land which Norris bought t
irom u. w c. Jones In 18S8 nnd lo
cated nt Knhuku.
J no papers huve already been
served on Macomber.
OF THE BALLOTS
. . ..
nunv nl lilt. Hllill in n nt 111. I.nnn. t
Hleitlon time Is moving on apace. Hj
- -- ....... .! wt ma iiiiimi si
h u n known fact tint practically
nil members of the nrosnnt hW.t nf
supervlmrs ilierlsh the hope and as- .;
llirnilntl (If UIIPipoiI tin Irinmunlifjia
.. t. ...
hii ue toinuuitlon nr llm nw v
will reoulro votoB. "tow. It U an
enually well-known fact that there
fCnntlnn. nn P.. ov
Commerce Delegates To
Take Wine and' Oil , '
To China ' :
l'rvpurntluns for Uio lomlug trip ot'M
tho Associated Chambers of tomJ1 v
incrco repreaentutlves to China niftf
Hearing completion and the latest dc-? Ji
volopmontH coming In jesterday's. J
mall Is that a largo consignment of , 1
California products lucludlug wines, i J
prunes and ollvo oil, will bo taken.
-Twonty-rour pnekuges nre to be 'li
prepared, tnch oue containing one "n
dozen quarts euch of white wine, red "?
wine, California cbampngne nncl Hal- fy
lun vvlno, ten pounds each of nuts, 's
tigs, prunes, raisins, nprlCols, poaches, i
peurs, and plums, six ono-pound.Jurs M
or houey, canned frulta and vege-', 'Jj
tables, cigarettes, chocolato uud cocoa Tj
und olive oil. vJ
Ono packago of this Is to be dollv-,3
ered to each chamber visited audita
largo souvenir albums ot pictures oflI
Hie home allies and write-ups vlll.'Sl
nlso,be takealoiig. t , jr tA, giH